Sunday, April 27, 2014

The 'Consecration' of Russia

Papal plan for a 'Uniate' Russia, with a restored Romanov dynasty that's converted to Roman Catholicism identified through the 1917 Fatima Mary story within about a 100 year time frame

About a Satanic Russian Sunrise to restore that which is symbolized 
by that double-headed eagle of a united eastern and western Roman Empires

Includes a restoration of the Romanov dynasty that is Papist- Mikhail Romanov.

Discussed at Control-Alves-Blogs:

Above image - it is confirmed. Thanks to hints and info brought by Hristo now it can be  affirmed with the most complete reliability that if, and I say "if" only for a formal question of language, the Romanov monarchy will be restored, it will be a Roman Catholic "Romanov" monarchy, of course disguised by an 'Oriental' rite, but of solid Counter Reformation (evil) roots. 

   Therefore to talk about Western and Eastern Roman empire is not void chat. Simply Counter Reformation re-built an Eastern empire at his command to then play the theater of the "reunification" with a lieutenant or better a sort of Jesuitical "Lord Protector" (Putin) of the Geo-politic global interests of the Counter Reformation (of which I believe you are sufficiently informed from my and others' blogs), keeping the throne ready for the coming  Catholic "Romanov", a Jesuits' king.

    Hristo brought to me much information about the triple consecration of Russia to the 'immaculate' Mary/Madonna/Queen of Heaven and now I think it is time to tell which is the true secret behind the Satanic farce of Fatima. But not only. Also what I wrote on April 2011 unfortunately (or not, it could fulfill Revelation) holds. It deals about the Big Enlargement of Roman Catholicism from Ireland to the straits of Bering of which you'll find the old original post reported in the link at the bottom.

This western-eastern dynamics can be seen with the Jesuit selling out of the Polish Commonwealth during the 1600 and 1700s, and the subsequent de-polanization of the Ruthenian areas with the effectively pro-Russia west 'Ukrainian' national identity as a re-branding of the East Polans who had established Kiev BEFORE it was seized in the 880s by a group of Norse calling themselves 'Rus', who subsequently with contacts with pro-Papists in Constantinople established the 3rd pillar of the Roman Empire of what became Muscovite ruled Russia.

Monday, April 21, 2014

The Papacy Is Abolished

April 20, 2014 Declaration for abolishing the Papacy-Roman Catholic Church
"Stand down and relinquish your offices"

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

To Put Into War?

The sort of recreational drug favored by Satan over Marijuana and Vin Coca Mariani

John III Sobieski (Polish: Jan III Sobieski, Lithuanian: Jonas Sobieskis; 17 August 1629 – 17 June 1696) was one of the most notable monarchs of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, from 1674 until his death King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania.

Sobieski's 22-year-reign was marked by a period of the Commonwealth's stabilization, much needed after the turmoil of the Deluge and Khmelnytsky Uprising.[1] Popular among his subjects, he was an able military commander, most famous for the victory over the Turks in the 1683 Battle of Vienna.[2] Following his victories over the Ottoman Empire, he was called by the Turks the "Lion of Lechistan" and held as the saviour of European Christendom by the pope.[3]

John Sobieski was born on 17 August 1629 in Olesko, a small town near Lwów in Galicia, now Ukraine, then part of the Ruthenian Voivodeship in the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth to a notable noble family de Sobieszyn Sobieski of Janina coat of arms.[4][5] His father, Jakub Sobieski, was the Voivode of Ruthenia and Castellan of Kraków; his mother, Zofia Teofillia Daniłowicz was a granddaughter of Hetman Stanisław Żółkiewski.[5] John Sobieski spent his childhood in Żółkwia.[5] After graduating from the Nowodworski College in Kraków in 1643, young John Sobieski then graduated from the philosophical faculty of the Jagiellonian University in 1646.[5][6] After finishing his studies, together with his brother Marek Sobieski, John left for western Europe, where he spent more than two years travelling.[5][7] They visited Leipzig, Antwerp, Paris, London, Leiden and Hague.[5] During that time he met influential contemporary figures such as Louis II de Bourbon, Charles II of England and William II, Prince of Orange, and learnt French, German and Italian, in addition to Latin.[8]

Both brothers returned to the Commonwealth in 1648, upon receiving the news of the death of king Władysław IV Waza and the hostilities of the Khmelnytsky Uprising, volunteered for the army.[5][9] They both fought in the siege of Zamość.[5] They founded and commanded their own banners (chorągiew) of cavalry (one light, "cossack", and one heavy, of Polish hussars).[5] Soon the fortunes of war separated the brothers. In 1649 Jakub fought in the Battle of Zboriv.[5] In 1652 Marek died in Tatar captivity after his capture at the Battle of Batoh.[5][10] John was promoted to the rank of pułkownik and fought with distinction in the Battle of Berestechko.[11] A promising commander, John was sent by King John II Casimir to Istanbul in the Ottoman Empire as one of the envoys in a diplomatic mission of Mikołaj Bieganowski.[5][12] There, Sobieski learnt the Tatar language and the Turkish language and studied Turkish military traditions and tactics.[5][12] It is likely he participated as part of the briefly allied Polish-Tatar forces in the 1655 Battle of Okhmativ.[5]

After the start of the Swedish invasion of Poland known as "The Deluge", John Sobieski was among the Greater Polish regiments led by Krzysztof Opaliński, Palatine of Poznań which capitulated at Ujście, and swore allegiance to King Charles X Gustav of Sweden.[5][12] However, around late March 1656 he abandoned their side, returning to the side of Polish king Jan Kazimierz Waza, enlisting under the command of hetmans Stefan Czarniecki and Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski.[5]

During the three-day long battle of Warsaw of 1656, Sobieski's command of a 2,000-man strong regiment of Tatar cavalry earnt him promotion to the title of Lord Standard-Bearer of the Crown.[14] A strong supporter of the French faction, Sobieski remained loyal to the King during the infamous Lubomirski Rebellion, which further helped his military career. In 1665 he married Marie Casimire Louise de la Grange d'Arquien and was promoted to the rank of Grand Marshal of the Crown, and the following year, to the rank of Field Hetman of the Crown.[4] In 1667 he achieved another great victory over the Cossacks and their Tatar allies in the Battle of Podhajce during the Polish–Cossack–Tatar War (1666–71).[12] On 5 February 1668, by now a famed and esteemed commander, he achieved the rank of Grand Hetman of the Crown, the highest military rank in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, and thereby the de facto commander-in-chief of the entire Polish Army.[12]

On 11 November 1673, during the Polish–Ottoman War (1672–76), Sobieski added yet another major victory to his list, this time defeating the Turks in the battle of Chocim and capturing the fortress located there.[12] The news of the battle coincided with the news of the death of Michael I, King of Poland, who had died the day before the battle.[12] This made Sobieski one of the most leading figures in the state, and on 19 May the following year, he was elected as monarch of the Commonwealth.[4] His candidacy was almost universally supported, with only a dozen or so members of the diet opposing him. Among the most notable backers of his candidacy was his wife. Jan Sobieski was crowned Jan III 2 February 1676.[4]

Though Poland-Lithuania was at that time the largest and one of the most populous states of Europe, Sobieski became a king of a country devastated by almost half a century of constant war. The treasury was almost empty and the court had little to offer the powerful magnates, who often allied themselves with foreign courts rather than the state. Sobieski decided to stabilise the situation by forcing the Ottomans to accept a peace treaty to end the constant wars on the southern border. In the autumn of 1674 he recommenced the war against the Turks and managed to recapture the fortresses of Kamieniec Podolski, Bar and Reszków, which re-established a strongly fortified line defending Poland's southern border in the Ukraine.[15] Polish historian Oskar Halecki and others noted, that Sobieski also planned to conquer Prussia with Swedish troops and French support.[16] This secret pact, later exposed, failed because the war with Turkey took too long, by which time the Great Elector had made treaties with France, the Swedes had been repelled, and by increased opposition from the Commonwealth's magnates, with many of them on the Great Elector's side. Sobieski's plan was also hurt by Michał Pac, the hetman of Lithuania and a supporter of Brandenburg, who simply defected with his army and then disbanded it.

In 1676 the Tatars began a counter-offensive and crossed the Dneper, but could not retake the strategic town of Żórawno, and the peace treaty was signed soon afterwards. Although Kamieniec Podolski remained a part of Turkey, Poland counteracted its significance with the construction of the Stronghold of the Holy Trinity and return of the town of Bila Tserkva. The signing of the treaty began a period of peace that was much needed for the repair the country and strengthening of the royal authority. Although constantly hampered by the magnates and foreign courts of Brandenburg and Austria (Austria even tried to oust Sobieski and replace him with Charles of Lorraine), Sobieski managed to completely reform the Polish army.[16] The military was reorganised into regiments, the infantry finally dropped pikes replacing them with battle-axes, and the Polish cavalry adopted hussars and dragoons formations.[17] Sobieski also greatly increased the number of guns and introduced new artillery tactics.[17]

As a diplomat, Sobieski envisioned an alliance with France and the Ottomans against the Austrian empire and Brandenburg.[16] However, his plans never eventuated and finally, in 1683, had to be completely abandoned. Conscious that Poland lacked allies and risked war against most of its neighbours (similar to the Deluge), Sobieski allied himself with Leopold I, of the Holy Roman Empire. The alliance, although aimed directly against Turks and indirectly against France, had the advantage of gaining support for the defence of Poland's southern borders.

In the spring of 1683 royal spies uncovered Turkish preparations for a military campaign, and Sobieski feared that the target might be the Polish cities of Lviv and Kraków.[12] To counteract the threat, Sobieski began the fortification of the cities and ordered universal military conscription.[12]
Sobieski's military skill demonstrated in war against the Ottoman Empire contributed to his prowess as King of Poland. One of his ambitions was to unify Christian Europe in a crusade to drive the Turks out of Europe. He joined the alliance of the Holy Roman Emperor and joined the Holy League initiated by Pope Innocent XI to preserve Christendom. The Alliance was unusual in that a number of Protestants, from Germany and even the son of Prince Rupert of the Stuarts fought.

Sobieski's greatest success came in 1683 with his victory at the Battle of Vienna, in joint command of Polish, Austrian and German troops, against the invading Turks under Kara Mustafa.
Upon reaching Vienna, Sobieski had planned to attack on 13 September, but with the Turkish army close to breaching the walls he ordered a full attack on 12 September. At 04:00 the united army of about 81,000 men attacked a Turkish force of about 130,000 men. At about five o'clock in the afternoon, after observing the infantry battle from the hilltop, Sobieski led Polish husaria cavalry along with Austrians and Germans into a massive charge down the hillside. Soon, the Turkish battle line was broken and the Ottoman forces scattered in confusion. At 17:30 Sobieski entered the deserted tent of Kara Mustafa and the battle of Vienna ended.

The Pope and other foreign dignitaries hailed Sobieski as the "Savior of Vienna and Western European civilization."[18] In a letter to his wife he wrote, "All the common people kissed my hands, my feet, my clothes; others only touched me, saying: 'Ah, let us kiss so valiant a hand!'"[19]

Later years

King John III Sobieski died in Wilanów, Poland on 17 June 1696. His wife, Maria Kasimira, died in 1716 in Blois, France, and her body was returned to Poland. They are interred together in Wawel Cathedral, Kraków, Poland.

King John III was succeeded by Augustus II who stayed in power primarily because of Russian support. On his death in 1733, a struggle for the crown of Poland ensued, referred to as the War of the Polish Succession.

The Reincarnation of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Ukraine To Scrap The Criminal Curzon Line?

A news video from Moscow expressing their fear- belaying their guilt that the new pro US government of Ukraine shall reverse Stalin's illegal and criminal Curzon line border (the equivalent of the criminal Oder-Neisse line) that Russian led U.S.S.R. invaded September 17, 1939

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Hobby Lobby Dupes of Rome

"Hobby Lobby" recently made the news for their opposition to Obama care regulations mandating workers' insurance that covers morning after pills; it is owned by the Green family, described as conservative Christians.  Asides from the issue of health insurance or its inclusion of contraception which can inexpensively be purchased at any pharmacy asides, they claim to oppose morning after pills out of their opposition to abortion.  Yet they are factually erroneous, the morning after pills are contraceptives - they block fertilization, while the Green family is PRO Rome, recently visiting the Vatican.  Might we be better off considering them to be dupes that fail to see the evils of the Vatican, including its trickery regarding abortion- claiming to oppose it while actually working to make it more widespread and popular.  Considering the sheer reality that there is more sex than instances of necessity for conceiving a child, the Vatican's opposition to contraception amounts to an increased reliance upon abortion with the dynamics of either extreme leading to a lesser concern over the most barbaric forms of abortion available up to the final trimester, particularly with the mass murder of sex selection abortion.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Brandies Slum of the Mind

too politically correct to allow critic of religion known for its draconian repression of women and people in general

Brandies U was going to present an honory degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a staunch critic of Islam, until succumbing to the jesuitical ecumenicist political pressure of a petition placing organized religion over free speech, and giving in to a mental inquisition that one must not criticize established religions.

Hence Brandies would give a free pass to the Wlodimir Ledochowski directed 20th century counter reformation wars and holocausts.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Operation Paperclip German Flying Saucers - Wonder Weapons

After WWII ended in 1945, victorious Russian and American intelligence teams began a treasure hunt throughout occupied Germany for military and scientific booty. They were looking for things like new rocket and aircraft designs, medicines, and electronics. But they were also hunting down the most precious “spoils” of all: the scientists whose work had nearly won the war for Germany. The engineers and intelligence officers of the Nazi War Machine.

The U.S. Military rounded up Nazi scientists and brought them to America. It had originally intended merely to debrief them and send them back to Germany. But when it realized the extent of the scientists knowledge and expertise, the War Department decided it would be a waste to send the scientists home. Following the discovery of flying discs (foo fighters), particle/laser beam weaponry in German military bases, the War Department decided that NASA and the CIA must control this technology, and the Nazi engineers that had worked on this technology.

There was only one problem: it was illegal. U.S. law explicitly prohibited Nazi officials from immigrating to America — and as many as three-quarters of the scientists in question had been committed Nazis. Convinced that German scientists could help America’s post-war efforts, President Harry Truman agreed in September 1946 to authorize “Project Paperclip,” a program to bring selected German scientists to work on America’s behalf during the “Cold War”

However, Truman expressly excluded anyone found “to have been a member of the Nazi party and more than a nominal participant in its activities, or an active supporter of Nazism or militarism.”

The War Department’s Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency (JIOA) conducted background investigations of the scientists. In February 1947, JIOA Director Bosquet Wev submitted the first set of scientists’ dossiers to the State and Justice Departments for review.

The Dossiers were damning. Samuel Klaus, the State Departments representative on the JIOA board, claimed that all the scientists in this first batch were “ardent Nazis.” Their visa requests were denied. Wev was furious. He wrote a memo warning that “the best interests of the United States have been subjugated to the efforts expended in ‘beating a dead Nazi horse.’” He also declared that the return of these scientists to Germany, where they could be exploited by America’s enemies, presented a “far greater security threat to this country than any former Nazi affiliations which they may have had or even any Nazi sympathies that they may still have.”

When the JIOA formed to investigate the backgrounds and form dossiers on the Nazis, the Nazi Intelligence leader Reinhard Gehlen met with the CIA director Allen Dulles. Dulles and Gehlen hit it off immediately. Gehlen was a master spy for the Nazis and had infiltrated Russia with his vast Nazi Intelligence network. Dulles promised Gehlen that his Intelligence unit was safe in the CIA.

Apparently, Wev decided to sidestep the problem. Dulles had the scientists dossier’s re-written to eliminate incriminating evidence. As promised, Allen Dulles delivered the Nazi Intelligence unit to the CIA, which later opened many umbrella projects stemming from Nazi research. (MK-ULTRA / ARTICHOKE, OPERATION MIDNIGHT CLIMAX)

Military Intelligence “cleansed” the files of Nazi references. By 1955, more than 760 German scientists had been granted citizenship in the U.S. and given prominent positions in the American scientific community. Many had been longtime members of the Nazi party and the Gestapo, had conducted experiments on humans at concentration camps, had used slave labour, and had committed other war crimes.

In a 1985 expose in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Linda Hunt wrote that she had examined more than 130 reports on Project Paperclip subjects–and every one “had been changed to eliminate the security threat classification.”

President Truman, who had explicitly ordered no committed Nazis to be admitted under Project Paperclip, was evidently never aware that his directive had been violated. State Department archives and the memoirs of officials from that era confirm this. In fact, according to Clare Lasby’s book Operation Paperclip, project officials “covered their designs with such secrecy that it bedevilled their own President; at Potsdam he denied their activities and undoubtedly enhanced Russian suspicion and distrust,” quite possibly fuelling the Cold War even further. A good example of how these dossiers were changed is the case of Wernher von Braun. A September 18, 1947, report on the German rocket scientist stated, “Subject is regarded as a potential security threat by the Military Governor.”

The following February, a new security evaluation of Von Braun said, “No derogatory information is available on the subject…It is the opinion of the Military Governor that he may not constitute a security threat to the United States.” Here are a few of the 700 suspicious characters who were allowed to immigrate through Project Paperclip. ...